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move on. one of the american league's best teams took on one of the worst as the rangers face the twins. we pick it up in the fourth. >> wow. that knocked -- the players are coming off the field whether they want them to or not. >> holy cow. >> after the game. twins outfield erden nard span tweeted, quote, that's the loudest noisy ever heard. i thought jesus was coming. end quote. back to the game, tied in the 13g9, ian kinsler puts one over the drawn-in outfield to drive in the winning run, rangers win 4-3, head into the all-star break with a four-game lead. but watch out for the california angels and mike trout. >>> the pirates at home taking on the giants, seventh inning, andrew mccutchen, best player in the national league so far hits one deep to right center. park can't hold it. the second homer for him of the game. the first player in pirates history with a batting average of .362. pirates went on to win 13-2, leading their division at the all-star break for the first time since 1997. go pirates. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," a new fight over economic poli
of july at the ballpark. in detroit, prince fielder got the tigers going against the twins. a single that drove in two runs. cabrera went three for three with two home runs and three rbi and justin verlander making his case for starting the allstar game, his fifth complete game. tigers 5, twins 1. on the south side of chicago, rival kevin youkilis making white sox fans happy again last night. a diving stop to nail adrian beltran and then an rbi hit to left in the tenth inning. sox with a walk-off win 5-4. in washington, not only did thomas jefferson win the fourth of july president's race waving the flag all the way, but the nationals and red, white and blue beat the visiting giants behind back-to-back homers behind zimmerman and morris. >>> another two-run shot. final nats 9, giants 4. after eight seasons with the phoenix suns trying to beat kobe bryant and the lakers, free agent steve nash is joining him. the point guard signed a three-year, $27 million contract with the lakers. nash was second in the nba in assists last season and averaged almost 13 points a game. at wimbledon, to
how someone cut into a secure communications facility. it is a bunker between the two towers on twin peaks. vandals cut a small portion of the chain link fence surrounding the facility. the cables were cut, but the person never got inside. >> all of the vital cities were not impacted. >> it is one of the broadcast points for police, fire and other city crews radio communications. because of that the fin was called in, but the sfpd is handling the investigation. officials will not say how the security breech happened. >>> protesters are refusing to give up on their fight to keep some oakland schools open. today they held another demonstration. abc7 news reporter january alston is there and he is live with more. >> they have been successful drawing attention to the plight of oakland schools and public education in general. but their mission is far from over. >> the protest took on a party atmosphere right across from lakeview elementary school. >> i think the school district has this idea that they think the battle is over. we are here to send a strong message that this is just the beg
on twin peaks. vandals cut a small portion of the chain link fence surrounding the facility. the cables were cut, but the person never got inside. >> all of the vital cities were not impacted. >> it is one of the broadcast points for police, fire and other city crews radio communications. because of that the fin was called in, but the sfpd is handling the investigation. officials will not say how the security breech happened. >>> protesters are refusing to give up on their fight to keep some oakland schools open. today they held another demonstration. abc7 news reporter january alston is there and he is live with more. >> they have been successful drawing attention to the plight of oakland schools and public education in general. but their mission is far from over. >> the protest took on a party atmosphere right across from lakeview elementary school. >> i think the school district has this idea that they think the battle is over. we are here to send a strong message that this is just the beginning. this isn't the way to improve our public education system. >> several oakland police off
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fertilization and is now the proud mother of twins. congratulations to you. at considerable cost and all the emotional stress on you and your husband and the other wounded warriors who are going through this. first to you, senator, what can be done about it? >> right now, the v.a. has a ban on paying for fertility treatments. to me that is just wrong. we have over 600 service members and their spouses who have one of the signature wounds of this war from an ied explosion or otherwise where they have genital or urinary tract injuries that prevent them from having a child. providing fertility services is the difference between them, their life's dream of raising young children and having that taken away from them. to me, it's just no nonsense common sense, let's provide this kind of fertility treatment for them through the v.a. for both the service member and their spouses, and that's what i'm attempting to change. >> tracy, tell us about the twins, how old are they now, and what you went through with your husband, the cost, the expense of all of this, and fighting the bureaucracy. >> well
this commotion during the rangers and twins day. >>> and we managed to finish on a cool note, be prepared for changes, pleasantton, getting into the low 90s. by the middle part of the week, 100 degrees, the full forecast is coming up in just moments [ horn honks ] ♪ ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the moist, chewy, deliciousness you desire. mmmm. thanks. at 90 calories, the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. galiardi. >>> extreme weather in texas tonight as lightning struck dangerously close to rangers ballpark in arlington, there as you saw the runners running for cover. the cameras went black for a moment as the loud crack went through the stadium during the rangers-twins game today. the officials say it was most likely caused by an electrical surge, the game was temporarily delayed. they were kind of scared. >>> and today, storms in texas and new mexico, in the area, flying debris killed a 28-year-old woman sitting in her car in a grocery store parking lot. >>> and in new jersey, a woman is in critical condition after being
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bay's lesser evil twin. published lesser known evil twin. then he had been released and was in tanzania or zanzibar. i went to meet him. >> can you trace for us his amazing odyssey from country to country and how this happened? >> well, it is difficult to piece together. we only know some of what happened. he is from zanzibar. he grew up in zanzibar. he was fond of fishing and good with boats. he ended up being a traitor going up and down the coast from zanzibar of the kenyan coast -- trader going up and down the coast from zanzibar to of the kenyan coast. he was abducted by a warlord who still lives in mogadishu. he is one of the most powerful people still in somalia. he has had various roles in somalian government. members of the cia, rendered him to sue secret prisons in afghanistan. and afghanistan, he was in a prison we think called the dark prison where prisoners are held in pitch black with music pumping 24 hours a day, very seriously abused with no access to lawyers. then it was taken to the salt pit, not much better. alternately, to bagram air force base whe
. >> 76 years. his little girls have stole the show the he has two twin daughters, myla rose, and that is his wife, a former tennis player, herself. i love he had a quote. he said as long as i wake up and she is next to me all its good. >> oh. it was good. murray played a great game. federer is just that good. >> seven. he won there seven times. >> tied sampras' record. there we are at the game doing >>> this morning on "world news now" -- mean season, the relentless summer heat wave is now to blame for nearly four dozen deaths. >>> and a powerful cold front causing at least one tornado overnight in virginia. it will bring relief, but at a major cost. it's monday, july 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning, i'm rob nelson. you may remember this woman to my left right here. >> i don't remember my name. is that a quiz. >> a test. >> a test to see how tired i am. >> coming back from vaca never easy. >> pam. peggy. >> peggy bunker. welcome back, peggy. it's bun a loeen a long time. >> i think i am paula faris. we'll get back to that o
-raising and organizing effort from a grassroots group in minneapolis and st. paul, the twin cities heroes parade is set for this saturday, july 28th, starting at 11:00 a.m. making minneapolis and st. paul the latest in an ever growing list of american cities hosting welcome home parades. it began in st. louis in january, and since then, there have been welcome home parades in houston, tucson, north carolina, richmond, virginia, kansas city, missouri, austin, texas, and portsmouth, new hampshi hampshire. and now the twin cities and minnesota. this latest parade was originally supposed to happen in april, but you remember those redbulls? they weren't all home yet, and their friends and family and the military reached out to organizers to see if they could please wait. so they did. tomorrow, vintage warplanes will fly overhead as veterans of the wars in iraq and afghanistan and their families march through downtown minneapolis. there will be face-painting for the kids, mascots from local hockey and baseball teams and music. and for the veterans themselves, a resources area, a whole bunch of organizations
air, and on the defense side you've struck a deal to help them market the kc-390 twin-engine tactical transport. how important is this alliance that you have with embraer air to winning in brazil? >> i am burglary is a very important -- embraer is a very important partner to us. boeing has been in brazil for about 80 years so that relationship is one that's very important for us to continue to invest in. in april we announced a broad- based agreement with embraer that includes collaboration on areas like biofuels and safety technologies. as you mentioned, recently we announced collaboration on the kt-390 medium transport aircraft. and what that represents is a growing set of collaborations between embraer and boeing all with the idea that we're long- term partners and that will help us grow in brazil and around the world. >> is it going to be a factor in helping you win the fighter competition? does industrial collaboration matter? >> certainly industrial collaboration matters. as you have mentioned the fighter competition in brazil is very important. we've offered our super hornet. w
at arlington national cemetery. their father larry thornton was killed when his twin-engine gun ship went down during the vietnam war. he says when the crash happened be airplane burned so hot that little was left of the men inside >> of the six people on the plane, they were able to identify one bite a tooth. the rest, they were not able to identify so they will have a group burial at arlington national cemetery on monday >> the remains will be buried in a single casket. a sixth crew member has already been buried in his home town in oregon >> hundreds of thousands of people could be knocked off of the internet because of a malicious computer virus. the fbi is advising everyone to check their computers to see if they are infected. >> personal assistant jake lewis says he is on line more than 15 hours per day >> all of my documents and data bases are stored on-line, scheduling, references >> he had no idea he could lose access to all of it on monday along with thousands of mothers who might be lot of wine thanks to an old internet virus. the fbi has been on the case since last year when they b
his mom and his wife had his twins there. they are now just shy of 3 years old. they were waving away at him. he said he couldn't look up because he would burst into tears as well. i asked him whether the dpirls were playing tennis. he said they just chucked it away. they have other things to do at this point. but he's such a nice guy. really even as a britt, we were all behind murray yesterday. even as a britt you can't fail to like roger federer. >> i know. that was a lovely thing to say, although i couldn't help but feel that inside he was not saying -- but it was a lovely hinge to say. becky anderson, thank you so much. >>> turns out the u.s. government was way too generous with those unemployment checks last year. yes, uncle sam wants your money back, unemployed americans. we'll tell you how much. every communications provider is different but centurylink is committed to being a different kind of communications company. ♪ we link people and fortune 500 companies nationwide and around the world. and we will continue to free you to do more and focus on what matters. in every way,
at these temperatures amazing hundreds up to the twin cities to near the pittsburgh pennsylvania tomorrow for the fourth of july forecast on thursday and friday look at the continuation of the hot weather. he'd indices it dangerous tomorrow over 105 degrees rainfall this weekend and more later on. >> dangers of fireworks on full display. take a look. fireworks safety demonstration in mount prospect did not go off as planned shooting into a crowd of media and officials injuring director of illinois fire safety alliance burned on the foot taken to the hospital fire officials say an accident when people set off fireworks and sparklers. fire officials said you should really leave the fireworks to the professionals this fourth of july with the dry conditions we have been happening tomorrow the fourth of july city of chicago has cancelled a fireworks display go to navy pier for display tomorrow night at 9:00. all active members of the military can't ride the ferris wheel for free tomorrow. the city of evanston getting ready for fourth of july parade resident staking out their spots for the celebration claime
across much of the south from texas to florida. showers around chicago, des moines and the twin cities. flooding downpours in the four corners of the southwest. >>> warming up in the pacific northwest. 85 in portland. triple digits in phoenix. 90s from dallas to atlanta. mostly 80s from omaha over to new york. >>> and now to another major story this morning. six americans, service members, have been killed in a particularly violent day in eastern afghanistan. 16 civilians and five afghan policemen were also killed sunday. civilians included women and children. and secretary of state hillary clinton announced that nations have pledged $16 billion in civilian aid for afghanistan. uh but for the first time there is a string attached to the afghan government must reduce corruption to receive all that money. clinton also talked about the uprising in syria saying the regime's days are numbered. >>> a battle could be looming between president obama and lawmakers over tax cuts. later today the president will call for a one-year extension of the bush tax cuts for individuals making less than $2
the london interbank offered rate, o which provides twins of dollars in transactions across the globe. the manipulation meant millions of borrowers paid the wrong amount on their loans. appearing before a british parliamentary committee, the day after his resignation, diamond called the company's action reprehensible but said top executives had moved swiftly to take action. >> when i read the emails from those traders, i got physically ill. it is reprehensible behavior. if you're asking me should those actions be dealt with, absolutely. >> i think it is a sign of barclays that we're willing to be first, willing to come out with this. >> diamond is the second top barclays executive to depart after chairman marcus agius resigned last week. also speaking at the british parliamentary hearing, liver member of parliament said they had shown negligent behavior. >> [unintelligible] two chief executives has been doing finally wrong things. it is too frightened to or to disinterested to actually tell the chief executor. that is a very worrying thing to come out in the inquiry. >> the palestinia
the flat stomach. >>> j-lo rocks red in brazil. the 42-year-old mother of twins has that dancer's shape, smiling on the beach, during a getaway with her new man, casper smart. >>> miley in miami. wearing a white detailed bikini. the super slim 19-year-old looking fit for her fiance, leon himselffield, who was far away. >> heidiheidi klum. the newly single 39 mother of four still has a model shape in the twit pickshe put up. >>> and george's gorgeous pal at 32, showing off six-pack abs in a white sports bra and black yoga panltses. >>> also tonight, tom and katie speak out about their divorce negotiations. what they are saying about custody of suri and their beliefs. that and more coming up on entertainment tonight. >> that's at 7:30, here on wjz 13. >>> well, mother nature has a little fun with the grounds crew at a minor league ballpark in tennessee. watch as they try to put the tarp on the field during wild rain storms. they ended up calling it a tarp- nami. one poor guy had to run for his life, in order to escape the billowing tarp. afterwards, he said he felt like indiana jones, try
in china. >> the first twin panda cub were born yesterday morning. they arrived 26 minutes apart at 4:00 in the morning while the first cub was still clinging to mom, research es took away the second cub, the male panda. that's all we know is the first cub, it is in good condition. >> good to hear. and check out this video of two window washers that were dangling about 50 feet above new york city yesterday. hanging on by just one cable cord. the workers were 42 stories up when they got trapped on the broken scaffolding. the person that shot the video says that everyone in her office held her breath as they watched the firefighters breakthrough the glass to pull the workers to safety. they were a little shaken up, but they were otherwise okay. >>> and still ahead, a look at what today's report into penn state's reactions to the jerry sandusky sandal. what it could mean for the schools and the sports team. >>> but first a local dentist reacts to the new research about what it could do to help you fight cavities. >>> a cool new cavity fighter. developed by one from chile and one from har
's determined to get home to tear care of her little twins. her remarkable recovery ahead this hour. >>> we start with the olympics and security concerns. hundreds of athletes starting to arrive in london today for the games less than two weeks to go. and now we're hearing that a security firm cast with making sure that the athletes and thousands of spectators are safe has fallen short. dan joins me from london. appreciate it. so dan, this comes down -- >> absolutely, yeah, this is fast turning into -- sorry, go ahead. >> this comes down to a private contractor. they were tasked with providing security for the games, so what's the concern now? where did they fall short? >> well, they basically haven't been able to guarantee the number of guards that they were contracted to provide at various different olympic sites. we're going to turn up on time. we haven't quite drilled down to the bottom of exactly why that is but we're told it's something to do with scheduling problems with software problems, basically that they can't insure that the people they trained will turn up at the right place o
to talk about iraq for obvious reasons but such it's the mirror twin in many ways. one of the big lessons i take away from iraq, one you have one of these days, tribes with flags, they all root for the same soccer team but that's about it, held together by an iron fist, minority regime, sunni minority regime in iraq, there's two ways to make a stable transition. one is you -- if you have a midwife and the other is if you have a mandela. you have a local leader to pull ought these forces together or you have an external power in the case of iraq the united states of america, that basically holds the country together while it goes through this transition. syria we have neither a mandell or a midwife. at least right now. it's hard to see how this ends in a stable way. >> david ignatius, t"new york times" shows the militants that were killed. what's the significance of yesterday's attack? >> right in the heart of damascus, in a neighborhood that tom and i know, where these leaders were meeting, to plot the next stage to try to destroy this opposition movement, a bomb was placed, devastating f
the damage twin reactors could be up and running by the end of the year. tubes carrying radio active water need to be replaced. san onofre could restart pun -- the nuclear regular that rory -- rig la tori commission must a -- regulatory commission must approval the of it. he's accused of a hit and run injack -- of a hit and run p accident. >>> 8:19. the roller coaster ride that came to an abrupt large the questions that are still up in the air two days later. >>> puck speaking of air. look out -- speaking of air, look at our window. >>> welcome back. days after it stalled in midair, the new superman ride at vallejo six flacks discovery kingdom remains closed. technicians were scheduled to ride diagnostic tests -- diagnostic tests overnight. no one was hurt but it did take 90 minutes before any were back on the ground. >> i'm a little scared but i will probably ride it. if it happens again, oh, well, it looks fun. >> i would wait a couple of months until things are smoothed a then i would probably ride it. >>> r homeowner -- all right. sal is coming back. he's watching 280 and everything el
, unsuccessfully to climb out of the twin revolts. the residents says he is afraid to live to the mouse out for fear that it would fight him and possibly infected. it is not just this mouse he finds, but a few hours later another mouse a swimming around in the bath and toilet. the resident decided enough is enough and moved out. efts another resident at the same complex says the whole thing for its amount. >> was pretty shocked. that is pretty gross. it is really negligent of the apartment manager or whoever is in charge. >> kron4 tried to contact the property manager but no one called the suspect. no one at the health department vector control department that handles road and situations call this that about whether they are doing an investigation about what is going on. >>marty: let's turn our attention to some transportation is for some muni writers and motorist. this week the partial closure of the san francisco muni j and m lines are closed for improvements. j real service will let of results of market street and the p.m rail service to west of church's fried will be provided by bus. al
league to the major leagues a scary moment happened on the field in texas yesterday during the rangers/twins game. [ thunder ] >> that was thunder. it sent the players scrambling into the dugout and then the sky opened up. a huge downpour, rain delay lasting 45 minute. >>> up next tragedy in maryland, new details about the drowning of three children. >> later look at this, a great white shark following a kayaker. we'll hear from him coming up. >> if you see a story we should look into, give us a call 202- 895-3000. send your tips to fox5tips at wttg.com. quick how many devices in your home use the internet? you're still counting aren't you? today we live online and in a few years the number of devices in your home will double. some networks can't handle it, but verizon fios is 100% fiber optic so it's faster and can handle it, and now a revolution in speed is here -- fios quantum speed, more than twice as fast as america has ever seen. to find out more about fios quantum go to verizon.com/fiosquantum. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. real big dea
guys, eveven athletes. fourth inning of rangers/twins game when thunder clouds sent players scurrying for dugout. >>> heck of a catch by a 10-year-old was caught on tape. hunter stevens reeled in a bull shark off the coast of galveston, texas, over the weekend with a little help from his dad. he got it on shore. after posing for a few pictures, the family decided to release the shark back to the water. >>> close call for a tight rope walker in china. the acrobat was walking backwards on a line that reached a height of 667 feet at its highest point. his eyes covered. he slips and falls. fortunately, he was near the end of the walk so he didn't fall all that way. he said he was feeling faint and slipped because of the wind. i think walking that high would make me feel fantd, too. >>> nothing says i love you like the annual wife carrying world championships in finland. throw the ladies over your shoulders, guy. go through the obstacle course. about three football fields long. fourth year in a row, the winner was from finland. that wraps up this hour . >> reverse tandem move with the wife
with seven children, two of whom are twins with downs syndrome. those twin girls have leukemia undergoing chemotherapy. the family is tooped out financially. their donations surpassed $25,000 in less than a month. >>> now to politics and a new report from "the washington post" that examines whether campaigns really change voters' minds. i'm joined now by the author of that article, the post's paul far hi and larry sabatosabato, gentlemen. >> hi, alex. >> paul, i will go first to you. this is a fascinating article. you write about one man who's called every popular election vote correctly, even within like 2 percentage points since 1992. tell us about that. >> yes. this is allen brom owe wits a political science professor at emery university. but he is not entirely unique. a number of forecasters do this with some precision every single election. it's because elections are themselves fairly predictable. you don't have to wait until october, you don't have to wait for the polls in november to know approximately or at least with some precision how things are going to turn out. that's what dr
, a new mom with twins was in cretical condition with a flesh eating bacteria, but lawna kirkendoll has made incredible progress. she spoke to elizabeth cohen who joins us live. elizabeth, obviously, a happy day for this mother and her whole family. what did she tell you? >> she told us, poppy, that she is feeling great. she is so excited to go home. i got to interview her and i asked her, what was your lowest moments? she said there weren't many low moments although there were sometimes a few. >> sometimes i cried over, you know, the fact that i'm sick, sometimes i cry over missing the babies. sometimes i have cried over knowing that life will never be like, i guess, i had always thought it would be. but it will still be a good life. >> now, her doctors told us that her recovery, her full recovery won't be quick. it will be a matter of at least many months. poppy. >> do we have any sense of when she's going to g to go home? >> you know, they said soon. one of the doctors actually said tomorrow. so some time this week is probably the best estimation. >> you know, i had heard that it was
in the search for the twins. >>> the newest judge on "american idol" is mariah carey. we want to begin in the news with james holmes, the man accused of the movie theater massacre in colorado. he had a very bizarre court appearance. kate snow at the courthouse in centennial, colorado this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, savannah. the last time anyone outside of law enforcement saw james holmes, he was wearing black. he was wearing military gear armed to the teeth. yesterday the man in court, the man who walked in, 24 years old, looked a whole lot different. this man was very quiet as a judge read his rights. he seemed to not respond at all. >> people versus james holmes. >> reporter: with his hair dyed bright orange, 24-year-old james holmes entered court shackled for a procedural hearing sitting silently by his public defender. nbc's mike taibbi was in the courtroom. >> you could hear a pin drop. nobody was moving as james walked into court, slowly, sitting down, not engaging, looking at anybody, not reacting. >> reporter: throughout the 11-minute heari
running at the twins/rangers game in arlington, texas, yesterday. the boom was so loud, it actually shook the television cameras. the game was held up by rain for 46 minutes. welcome back to "cbs this morning." you feel that one in your bones. >> like incoming fire, didn't it? >>> there's a surprising development this morning in the case of natalie wood. the investigation was reopened eight months ago, 30 years after she died off the coast of los angeles. as bill whitaker reports, the l.a. coroner's office changed the cause of death from accident to undetermined. >> it's one of hollywood's most enduring mysteries, what really happened the night actress natalie wood drowned while boating off catalina island. >> if you don't like this has been changed to undetermined or unresolved, that means it's not over. >> it was thanksgiving weekend 1981. wood and her husband, actor robert wagner, were enjoying the holiday on board the "splendour" with friend and fellow actor, christopher walken. at daylight, wood's body was found floating in the water. investigators called it an accident. speculating
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for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we have done to protect the single market. if you look at the conclusion of the summit, he would see that it says very specifically that the single market and its integrity must be protected. on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. we continually say at he is very important that -- it is is very important that the bazookas are big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and stick to the rubik's cube. [laughter] i will not take lectures from people who give up the rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. these are people who said that your opinion and has not got much power, and he likes to tell us and as the about standing up to vested interests, but the fact is, he will never stand up to two big vested interests, the trade unions and brussels. >> while there is wide agreement in britain as to the need for reforms in our relationship with the european un
'm an identical twin. one of his brothers wanted to know where he came from, the other had no interest. it's varying person to person. how people feel about that and their identity. >> this is the first time you were from a teenage voice. most of the time you write about things that are relatable to women in particular. do you base it on things that have gone on in your own life or you sort of look around what's happening with girls that you know and care about? >> well, i never had an affair with my best friend's fiance. good starting point. >> that's a good thing. >> i write about relationships. so i draw on my own relationships, of course. you know, your friends, how often when you talk to your friends, do you not only cover your life and her life. but you go on to say, how about that other friend of yours? then you cover all these people and discuss them. it's just a whole -- there's so much you can draw on. when really at heart you're writing about mothers and daughters and sisters and relationships. dysfunctional and problems. secrets. >> this book deals with the big secret. which is
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